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National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (UK). Depression in Adults with a Chronic Physical Health Problem: Treatment and Management. Leicester (UK): British Psychological Society; 2010. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 91.)

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Appendix 2Declarations of interest by Guideline Development Group members

With a range of practical experience relevant to depression in adults with a chronic physical health problem in the GDG, members were appointed because of their understanding and expertise in healthcare for people with depression and a chronic physical health problem and support for their families and carers, including: scientific issues; health research; the delivery and receipt of healthcare, along with the work of the healthcare industry; and the role of professional organisations and organisations for people with depression and a chronic physical health problem, and their families and carers.

To minimise and manage any potential conflicts of interest, and to avoid any public concern that commercial or other financial interests have affected the work of the GDG and influenced guidance, members of the GDG must declare as a matter of public record any interests held by themselves or their families which fall under specified categories (see below). These categories include any relationships they have with the healthcare industries, professional organisations and organisations for people with depression and a chronic physical health problem, and their families and carers.

Individuals invited to join the GDG were asked to declare their interests before being appointed. To allow the management of any potential conflicts of interest that might arise during the development of the guideline, GDG members were also asked to declare their interests at each GDG meeting throughout the guideline development process. The interests of all the members of the GDG are listed below, including interests declared prior to appointment and during the guideline development process.

Categories of interest

  • Paid employment.
  • Personal pecuniary interest: financial payments or other benefits from either the manufacturer or the owner of the product or service under consideration in this guideline, or the industry or sector from which the product or service comes. This includes holding a directorship, or other paid position; carrying out consultancy or fee paid work; having shareholdings or other beneficial interests; receiving expenses and hospitality over and above what would be reasonably expected to attend meetings and conferences.
  • Personal family interest: financial payments or other benefits from the healthcare industry that were received by a member of your family.
  • Non-personal pecuniary interest: financial payments or other benefits received by the GDG member's organisation or department, but where the GDG member has not personally received payment, including fellowships and other support provided by the healthcare industry. This includes a grant or fellowship or other payment to sponsor a post, or contribute to the running costs of the department; commissioning of research or other work; contracts with, or grants from, NICE.
  • Personal non-pecuniary interest: these include, but are not limited to, clear opinions or public statements you have made about depression in adults with a chronic physical health problem, holding office in a professional organisation or advocacy group with a direct interest in adults with depression and a chronic physical health problem, other reputational risks relevant to depression in adults with a chronic physical health problem.

Declarations of interest – GDG members

Professor Sir David Goldberg – Chair, Guideline Development Group
EmploymentProfessor Emeritus, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Personal pecuniary interestConsultant to Ultrasys, providing advice on CCBT
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Neil Andrews
EmploymentConsultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, Portsmouth NHS Hospital Trust
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Professor Francis Creed
EmploymentProfessor of Psychological Medicine, University of Manchester
Personal pecuniary interestGiven talks sponsored by an educational grant from Eli Lilly
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestA member of research group has received a grant fund
Personal non-pecuniary interestResults of research projects in this area have all been published and publicised in talks and so on
Professor Christopher Dowrick
EmploymentProfessor of Primary Medical Care, University of Liverpool
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestMy opinions on the complex inter-relationships between physical and psychological problems have been expressed in a variety of publications, and are best summarised in (a) ‘Disputed diagnoses’, Chapter 3 of my book Beyond Depression (OUP, 2005), and (b) my editorial ‘Chickens and eggs’, International Journal of Psychiatric Medicine (2006), 36, 263-267
Dr Gwyneth Grout
EmploymentConsultant Nurse, Mental Health Liaison (Older People), Hampshire Partnership NHS Trust
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Mark Haddad
EmploymentClinical Research Fellow, Health Service and Population Research Department, Institute of Psychiatry
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestCommittee member – Royal College of Nursing Mental Health Forum
Board member – American Psychiatric Nurses Association (president elect)
Collaborating with mental health charity Rethink on 3-year study of mental health problems in secondary school pupils funded by Health Foundation Improving Quality in Primary Care.
Dr John Hindle
EmploymentConsultant Physician Care of the Elderly, Clinical Director of Medicine, North West Wales NHS Trust
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestResearch project on the use of inhaled apomorphine for Parkinson's disease – A clinic-based, phase 11a, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, ascending-dose, multicentre study investigating the safety, tolerability, efficacy and pharmacokinetics of VR040 in patients with established idiopathic Parkinson's disease. Sponsored by Vectura group PLC. Fees received and paid into North West Wales NHS Trust drug trials account to cover the costs of the study and staff time. This company makes no treatments for depression
Study on depression in Parkinson's disease using Pramipexole-248.596. A randomised double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group efficacy study of pramipexole and placebo administered over a 12-week treatment phase in patients with Parkinson's disease with stable motor function and depressive symptoms. No patients recruited (in fact, no UK centre managed to recruit a patient and the study was withdrawn). Sponsored by Boehringer. £500 set-up payment paid into the North West Wales NHS Trust drug trials account – used for screened patient travel expenses
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr David Kessler
EmploymentWalport Clinical Lecturer - Primary Care, Bristol University
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestPrincipal investigator in RCT of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy delivered over the internet. This is funded by a grant from the BUPA Foundation
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Professor James Lindesay
EmploymentProfessor of Psychiatry for the Elderly, University of Leicester
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestProvided witness statement for the recent Judicial Review of NICE guidelines for cholinesterase inhibitors
Member of the Alzheimer's Society
Ms Margaret Ogden
EmploymentService user and carer representative
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Jonathan Packham
EmploymentConsultant Rheumatologist, Haywood Hospital
Senior Lecturer, Primary Care Musculoskeletal Research Centre, Arthritis Research Campaign National Primary Care Centre, Keele University
Personal pecuniary interestWife runs a consultancy business predominantly training pharmaceutical companies and doing medical writing. She is not closely linked to any one pharmaceutical company and would normally train professionals from all the top 20 pharmaceutical companies during the course of a year
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestGrants received by Rheumatology Department, Haywoods Hospital for: (a) independent investigators grants from Wyeth and Roche UK; (b) sponsoring a research fellow post from Wyeth; and (c) commissioning research as part of multi-centred drug trials – Roche, Wyeth, Celgene, Bristol Myers Squibb, Amgen, Genmab
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Professor David Taylor
EmploymentChief Pharmacist, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust
Professor of Psychopharmacology, King's College, London
Personal pecuniary interestConsultancy (occasional) for Lundbeck, Eli Lilly, Servier, Wyeth
Fee-paid work for Lundbeck, Wyeth, Eli Lilly
Personal family interestWife is an employee of Novartis; shareholder of Novartis and GlaxoSmithKline stock (non-specific)
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Veronica (Nicky) Thomas
EmploymentConsultant Health Psychologist, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust,
Honorary Lecturer Department of Psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Mr Steve Wilcox
EmploymentHead of Occupational Therapy, Specialist Services Directorate, Leeds Partnership NHS Foundation Trust for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities
Honorary Senior Lecturer, Academic Unit of Primary Care, University of Leeds
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone

Declarations of interest - NCCMH staff

Professor Steve Pilling - Facilitator, Guideline Development Group
EmploymentJoint Director, NCCMH
Director, Centre for Outcomes Research and Effectiveness, University College London
Personal pecuniary interestIn receipt of funding from NICE to develop clinical guidelines
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestRCT to evaluate multi-systemic therapy.
Principal Chief Investigator is Professor Peter Fonagy. Department of Health funding of £1,000,000 (2008 to 2012)
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Victoria Bird
EmploymentResearch Assistant, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Mr Matthew Dyer (2008 to 2009)
EmploymentHealth Economist, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Katherine Leggett (2008 to 2009)
EmploymentProject Manager, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Angela Lewis
EmploymentResearch Assistant, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Mr Ryan Li (2008)
EmploymentProject Manager, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Nicholas Meader
EmploymentSystematic Reviewer, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Suffiya Omarjee (2008 to 2009)
EmploymentHealth Economist, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Catherine Pettinari (2008)
EmploymentProject Manager, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Maria Rizzo
EmploymentResearch Assistant, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Mr Rob Saunders (2008 to 2009)
EmploymentResearch Assistant, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Ms Sarah Stockton
EmploymentSenior Information Scientist, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
Dr Clare Taylor
EmploymentEditor, NCCMH
Personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal family interestNone
Non-personal pecuniary interestNone
Personal non-pecuniary interestNone
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